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Helen Friedman, PhD is the new president of the St. Louis Psychological Association. She also serves as media chair. Dr. Friedman continues to make appearances on television, radio, and in print. A recent example is https://groknation.com/relating/tips-for-raising-mentally-healthy-and-resilient-kids/ In addition to her private practice, she is an associate clinical professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine, St. Louis University School of Medicine.

Congratulations to Dr. Ilene Serlin for receiving the California Psychological Association’s 2019 Distinguished Humanitarian Contribution award. This award honors a person whose volunteer and career efforts have directly and significantly improved the quality of life for a broad range and large number of persons in our society.

Division 46 member Scott Debb would like to announce a conference he is involved in that might be of interest to members: Please join us at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia on June 24-26, 2109 for the 24th annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy, and Social Networking conference. This international gathering of researchers, clinicians, and policy makers from academia, healthcare, business/industry and government sectors brings together professionals with a wide-range of interdisciplinary interests ranging from cyberpsychology, forensic psychology focusing on cybersecurity and cybercrime, augmented and virtual reality in healthcare delivery, Internet of Things, and other emerging technologies and applications. Please visit https://www.interactivemediainstitute.com/cypsy24/ for registration information or contact Dr. Scott Debb with any questions. We look forward to seeing you in June!

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